I’ve been cooking a lot lately and recipe testing for the website which is ironic since I haven’t been posting much. Thing is, people usually think that it’s just a recipe to prepare but there are lots of chores that go behind the scenes. Shooting and styling the food, editing pictures, and only then uploading it to the website along with the recipe. The process takes hours or even a couple of days for each recipe.
Anyway, getting to the topic of grilled chicken, it’s one of the easy dishes prepared at home. The chicken needs to be marinated at least 4 hours before if you’ve just decided to use the recipe, or overnight for best results.
This recipe of Marinated Chicken might resemble that of a tandoori or chicken tikka solely due to the number of Indian ingredients present in it. Yes, there’s also my mom’s favorite ginger-garlic paste, something she can never do without.
But, I promise this is as delicious as it can get. We added lemon slices next to the chicken before baking so we could get that fresh scent into the dish.
Without further ado, find the recipe below:
Indian Style Chicken Marinade
- 1 whole chicken
- 3-4 potatoes cut in half
- 2 tbsp ginger-garlic paste
- 1/2 cup yogurt
- 1 tbsp red chilli powder (more if you like spicy)
- 1/2 tsp turmeric powder
- 1 tsp jeera powder
- 1/2 tsp paprika
- 1/2 tsp dried mixed herbs
- salt to taste
- 1 tbsp lemon juice
- 1 big lemon, sliced
- Mix the spices and yogurt to make a marinade and apply thoroughly to the chicken and its insides
- Marinate the chicken overnight or at least for 4 hours in the refrigerator
- Add the chicken, lemon slices, and potatoes to the baking pot. Preheat oven for 15 mins at 200 degrees and bake for 45 mins
- Serve with sauteed mushrooms in butter and blanched broccoli
Other ingredients options: Serve with roasted potatoes on the side. We also eat this with hummus and bread but even good on its own.
Chicken marinade recipes differ from home to home. I would love to know your favorite recipes!
Until then, happy eating! xx
I’ve been down with the flu and that has left me with no tastebuds for the time being. Eating is not really on my mind at this time, but to keep hunger away I do need to get into the kitchen to prepare a thing or two.
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I’ve been obsessed with beetroot/beets lately. Just the colour of the odd brownish vegetable inside makes me go oohing and aahing!
And, they’re perfect for a salad, dessert or even juice! I came across a recipe recently that promised a glass every morning would keep you as “healthy as ever”. And lines like these…are things I usually fall for. Be it fad diets/ crash diets or metabolism boosting ways, Sarah is always there to test it. Continue reading “Beetroot Milk”
Most of the recipes I find online contain Almond Milk. Be it smoothies, puddings, and even bread! Almond Milk is not only a perfect alternative to those who are lactose intolerant, but it is also known to keep your weight in check.
Of late, I’ve been trying to get rid of some of those wretched pounds I’ve gained due to my current lifestyle. Hard being a food blogger ain’t it? And for someone who can’t go without coffee, milk is essential. (I have my coffee with milk, obviously) Continue reading “Homemade Almond Milk”
Do you just have that feeling when it’s a Thursday night and you want to settle in with a movie and a nice meal? But worried about how you don’t want to choose something that has a high fat content?
This happens to me usually, and since my lifestyle is basically eating out, I try to avoid ordering as much as possible. This helps me hone my cooking skills and fills my tummy! Continue reading “Baked Oat Burgers”
How many of us have tried making Tiramisu before and have failed miserably? I sure have my hand up. The mixture is always too thin or too thick.
And does your coffee seem to lose itself providing no flavour at all? Yes, happened to me too. Continue reading “Tiramisu With A Twist! (Non-Alcoholic)”